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Neel Senior Center welcomes new members

Neel Senior Center, located at 6950 Danville Road, welcomes membership from all senior citizens of ages 60 and above. The center offers hot lunches Monday through Friday for a suggested donation of $1.25. Also, transportation can be arranged to and from the center. Weekly activities include playing games such as Rook, Canasta and dominoes, quilting and watching popular old movies. Anyone wishing more information about the senior center is invited to call 256-773-3242.

Belated happy birthday wishes go out this week to Cissy Lockhart and Leslie McAbee, both on Aug. 20 and Emily Lacy and Audrey McLamb, both on Aug. 21.

Happy birthday wishes go out to Tommy Parker on Aug. 23, Jim Doherty on Aug. 24, Christa Campbell, Jennifer Penn and Melissa Griffin, all on Aug. 25 and Trent Reynolds on Aug. 26.

Happy wedding anniversary wishes go out this week to Greg and Heather Roden. They will celebrate their 16th anniversary on Fri., Aug. 24.

Danville High School’s FFA Nationals fundraiser will be held in the school cafeteria on Thur, Aug. 30, beginning at 5 p.m. A steak sandwich meal, including chips, dessert and drink, will be provided by the Morgan County Cattlemen’s Association. The price is $10. Entertainment will be provided by the school’s FFA String Band, “Grassy Divide.” For more information, call Elesha Jones at 256-773-1180 or 256-303-1719, or see Betty Boyd to get your tickets. Proceeds will be used to send Danville High School’s state FFA winners to the National FFA Convention.

Having a problem with ants? The following information may prove helpful in getting rid of them: To destroy ant hills, make a mixture of two ounces of soft soap. One pound of common potash and one quart and one half-pint of warm water. Boil for half an hour, stirring occasionally. Let the mixture cool slightly and with a pointed stick make holes in the area infested by ants, keep it safely away from plants that may be affected by the hot liquid. Fill the holes with the mixture. That should end your ant problem. Good luck, I hope it works.

Thank you to all of our military personnel and their families for the freedom we enjoy as American citizens.

 

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